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More Antique schools to have limited F2F classes

SAN JOSE, Antique (PIA) - -  Another batch of schools in the Division of Antique is set to open next week for face-to-face classes.

This after the successful validation conducted by the regional and division levels of the Department of Education. 

Schools Division Superintendent Feliza B. Beriong, in a press conference, said that another batch of schools have been permitted for limited face-to-face classes after they have complied with the parameters set by the DepEd.

A total of 30 schools will implement the limited face-to-face for this batch on May 23, 2022, comprising 12 elementary, 16 secondary, and two private schools in the province.

The group of DepEd officials who met the media this morning at the DepEd conference room shared the successful run of face-to-face classes in Igsoro Integrated School, Bugasong, Mayabay Elementary School, Barbaza, Antique National School (secondary) in San Jose, and other schools that followed thereafter.

Aside from the mentioned pilot schools, 12 more schools implemented the limited face-to-face classes early on, consisting of two elementary, nine secondary schools, and one integrated school.

Antique DepEd Division Education Supervisor Julian S. Ambay shared the eagerness of the learners to meet with their teachers and the exciting interaction with their classmates, though the physical distancing is strictly complied with.

Medical Officer Ma. Adrilyn Lacurum said that, so far, with the strict adherence to the health protocol and other parameters of DepEd, no learner was reported to have been infected with COVID-19 while in school.

Beriong lauded the support of the local officials of Antique at all levels, the congressional district representative, provincial, municipal, barangay officials, private sector, and the community, in general, in terms of resources, logistics, legislative support, strategic directions, and physical presence, among other contributions, instrumental in the success of schools’ operations since the onset of the pandemic until now. (JBG/psm/PIA-Antique)

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